Covid Vaccination Update

4/5/2021 Vaccinations open to all Florida Residents

As of today April 5th, EVERY Adult who wants a vaccination can get one! (If receiving the Pfizer-BioTech brand, this means anyone age 16 years and up.)

Appointment slots are available here https://www.onenassau.com/covid-19-vaccine-appointments/ (If receiving the Pfizer-BioTech brand, this means anyone age 16 years and up.)

3/26/2021 Further Expansion of Eligibility Requirements.
If you are over 40 years of age, you can now self-schedule an appointment for any available time after Mar 29, at our new AMC Theaters Point of Dispensing (POD) or our Callahan Fairgrounds POD using our website https://www.onenassau.com/covid-19-vaccine-appointments/
As of April 5th, EVERY Adult who wants a vaccination can get one! We’ll be adding more appointment slots today. (If receiving the Pfizer-BioTech brand, this means anyone age 16 years and up.)

 

3/23/2021 Appointments Available

We are scheduling appointments for the coming week. For anyone 50 or over. We have appointments in the afternoons and early evenings as well as Saturday appointments. All vaccines will be Pfizer, we have no allocation of Johnson & Johnson.

Appointments can be booked at https://www.onenassau.com/covid-19-vaccine-appointments/

 

3/19/2021 Expansion of Eligibility Requirements.

Beginning Mon March 22nd anyone over 50 will be eligible to receive a vaccine in Florida.

Appointments can be booked at https://www.onenassau.com/covid-19-vaccine-appointments/

 

3/12/2021 Licensed Medical Professionals Wanted

We are #OneNassau and we are all responsible for our community’s public health.

If you are a licensed medical professional willing to donate four or eight hours of your time on a Saturday to vaccinate your neighbors, we need you!

Plenty of vaccine has been allocated for our weekly Point of Dispensing (POD), but we need a dozen vaccinators each Saturday for the next several weeks.

The Nassau County Medical Reserve Corps unit needs physicians, physician assistants, pharmacists, nurses (LPN, RN, and ARNP), paramedics, and emergency medical technicians. Even clinical nursing students who want to gain experience are welcome.

Your donation of time and expertise can make a big difference in the success of our public health emergency response.

Contact our Volunteer Coordinator via phone or email to get enrolled and start helping our local fight against the pandemic!

Call 548-0940 or email NCEM@NassauSO.com


3/11/2021 1st Dose Covid Vaccine Appointments Available.

We still have open appointments for those in the current eligibility groups as set out in EO 21-47 – go to our vaccine page for details .

As of Mon 3/15/2021 those over the age of 60 are also  eligible to be vaccinated. We have appointments available for those in this age group.

 

3/5/2021 1st Dose Covid Vaccine Appointments Available.

We have open appointments – go to our vaccine page for details .

 

3/3/1 2021 COVID-19 Determination of Extreme Vulnerability

The Governor’s EO #21-47 specifies that physicians can now complete FDOH Form (#DH8014-DCHP-03/2021, 64DER21-3) attesting to the medical necessity of CoViD Vaccine for their established patients.

Those patients (or their caregivers) can then take the completed form, like an old-fashioned prescription, to a participating pharmacy for their vaccination, or the physician’s office may decide to send the completed form to the pharmacy directly via fax or some other electronic method.

Link to form

3/2/1 2021 Appointments Available

We have vaccine and no waiting for anyone who falls into the Governor’s current prioritized groups.
Call 904-548-0900 and get your first dose scheduled.

 

3/1/2021 Expansion of Vaccine Eligibility

The FL Governor has just announced via Executive Order #21-47 that as recipients of CoViD Vaccine we are now allowed to vaccinate:
• Long-term care facility residents and staff;
• Persons 65 years of age and older;
• Health care personnel with direct patient contact;
• K-12 school employees 50 years of age and older;
• Sworn law enforcement officers 50 years of age and older; and
• Firefighters 50 years of age and older.
We are implementing a second “waitlist” to schedule appointments specifically for:
• K-12 school employees 50 years of age and older;
• Sworn law enforcement officers 50 years of age and older; and
• Firefighters 50 years of age and older.
If you have questions, please call 548-0900

 

2/25/2021 Vaccine Appointments Available

We have a few appointments left for tomorrow (Fri 26th February). You can go online and book your appointment with the link below.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/1st-dose-of-covid-19-vaccine-for-ages-65-at-yulee-sports-complex-fri-226-tickets-143080703235

Appointments are for those 65 and over only.

ALL APPOINTMENTS HAVE BEEN SCHEDULED FOR THIS DAY.

If you still need a vaccine and are 65 or older please add your name to our waitlist here.

2/15/2021 Vaccine Waitlist

975 doses have been made available to FDOH – Nassau, so a further 975 people have been released from the waitlist and should receive email notifications from EventBrite. If you receive an email from EventBrite, claim your ticket then call the call center (904-548-0900) to schedule your vaccination.

If you did not receive an email you will still be on the waitlist there is no need to reregister.

Residents who register on the OneNassau Vaccine Waitlist can expect to receive an Eventbrite email message telling them that they can claim their dose and schedule their appointment as more vaccine becomes available.  Individuals should register on the Vaccine Waitlist only once; duplicate entries are deleted.  Their contact information remains in the Waitlist until they are selected for their vaccination. Unclaimed doses are offered to others on the Waitlist, so registered residents are reminded to answer phone calls from the Emergency Operations Center (EOC), 904-548-0900; callers in the EOC will not leave messages..

2/8/2021 Vaccine Waitlist

975 doses have been made available to FDOH – Nassau, so a further 975 people have been released from the waitlist this morning and should receive email notifications from EventBrite. If you receive an email from EventBrite, claim your ticket then call the call center (904-548-0900) to schedule your vaccination.

If you did not receive an email you will still be on the waitlist there is no need to reregister.

 

2/2/2021 Publix Pharmacies to Begin Providing CoViD-19 Vaccine in Nassau County

Nassau County Emergency Management Director, Greg Foster, announced today that his request to the Florida Division of Emergency Management to dispense CoViD-19 vaccine through local Publix pharmacies has been approved.  Publix locations in Fernandina Beach and Yulee will begin scheduling and administering their weekly allotted supply of vaccine from the Federal Retail Pharmacy Program later this week.

The Florida Department of Health in Nassau County continues to receive weekly allotments of CoViD-19 vaccine and is administering doses to individuals with appointments at Point of Dispensing (POD) sites throughout the county.  Residents over 65 years of age can still register for an appointment to receive their first dose of CoViD-19 vaccine at one of these PODs through the www.OneNassau.com website.

Residents who register on the OneNassau Vaccine Waitlist can expect to receive an Eventbrite email message telling them that they can claim their dose and schedule their appointment as more vaccine becomes available.  Individuals should register on the Vaccine Waitlist only once; duplicate entries are deleted.  Their contact information remains in the Waitlist until they are selected for their vaccination. Unclaimed doses are offered to others on the Waitlist, so registered residents are reminded to answer phone calls from the Emergency Operations Center (EOC), 904-548-0900; callers in the EOC will not leave messages.

 

2/1/2021 Vaccine Waitlist

975 doses have been made available to FDOH – Nassau, so a further 975 people have been released from the waitlist and should receive email notifications from EventBrite. If you receive an email from EventBrite, claim your ticket then call the call center (904-548-0900) to schedule your vaccination. If you did not receive an email you will still be on the waitlist there is no need to reregister.

 

1/25/2021 Vaccine Waitlist  

A further 975 doses have been made available. 975 people have been released from the waitlist and should receive email notifications from EventBrite. If you receive an email from EventBrite, claim your ticket then call the call center (904-548-0900) to schedule your vaccination. If you did not receive an email you will still be on the waitlist there is no need to reregister.

 

1/15/2021 Nassau County Modifies Vaccine Appointment Process

In an attempt to improve the COVID-19 vaccination appointment process and lessen the level of frustration for county residents, the Nassau Board of County Commissioners have approved a waitlist procedure that uses the existing Eventbrite booking website utilized by Nassau County Emergency Management to set appointments for the Florida Department of Health in Nassau County to receive a vaccination. Residents can take their time and register on line by still going to www.onenassau.com and click on the COVID VACCINE button. Nassau County Emergency Management will be opening a call center, (904-548-0900) which will be available to assist those that need help registering. The call center will be available 9am to 5pm Monday through Friday, beginning at 8am Friday 1/15/2021,

1/11/2021 Nassau County Vaccine Allocation

Nassau County is not scheduled to receive a new vaccine allotment from the State of Florida during the week of January 11, 2021. All vaccines from the previous allotments have either been distributed to the public or are scheduled to be given to people with appointments. Nassau County will notify the public immediately upon the receipt of new vaccines from the State Department of Health.

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For more information:
Call the Nassau County COVID-19 Vaccination Hotline at 904.548.0900,
Text NassauSafe to 888777,